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Hair Service Promo

These Promotional Packages are available at the Tunasan, Starmall Alabang, Las Pinas @ the Village Square Mall, and Makati Branches.

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For the Balayage or Ombre  pricing,  please send us a PM message from our facebook or Instagram (@dotzerohairstudio) accounts for the promo information.

The following hair services are by appointment only.

Ombre, Balayage, Fashion Color, Creative Hair Color, and Digiperm.

Our Hair and Makeup service is 1500 or up and this is by appointment only as well.

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Or, email us at marshairandsalon@gmail.com or dotzerohairstudio@gmail.com

The following branches accepts VISA and MASTERCARD credit card payments:

DOT ZERO Alabang-Las Pinas branch

DOT ZERO Makati

MARS Starmall Alabang

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Paraben-free Hair Color

One of the hair color products we use is called Elgon. Our team are professionally trained and certified using this hair color product, as most of our artistic hair color procedures uses the Elgon brand due to its advantages and vibrant color selections. This includes creating beautiful Balayage, Ombre, and Multi-tone fashion hair colors.

Traditional yet innovative professional color. Deep nuances and a wide range of bright and glamorous colors, for maximum reflections. Thanks to the Silker Complex 3® formula, the hair color is fuller, shinier and longer lasting.

ADVANTAGES:

  • Maxi-dose of color provides a more intense, shinier and longer-lasting color
  • Silker Complex 3® is a complex of silk proteins obtained from silk fibers and synthetic polymers: it forms a protective film on the scalp and a hydrophobic barrier on the hair shaft that protects the color from fading due to washing and provides shine.
  • Antioxidants keep the color stable over time
  • Paraben free
  • Dermatologically tested in the Chelab laboratory (Italy) accredited by ACCREDIA and operating in compliance with the UNI CEI EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standard

Brazilian Blowout FAQ

Brazilian Blowout Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Who is the best candidate for the Brazilian Blowout?
A. It has been our experience, that good candidates for the Brazilian Blowout are anyone who has frizzy, damaged or processed hair. We have performed the treatment on every hair type (fine/course/frizzy/curly), as well as hair that has been permed, Japanese straightened and extensions. In doing so, we have found that with proper communication and a well considered application, everyone can benefit from the Brazilian Blowout smoothing treatment.

Q. What kind of look will you get from the Brazilian Blowout?
A. The hair will be left totally frizz-free, shiny, effortlessly manageable and with plenty of body and bounce. There will still be the option to wear hair curly/wavy (depending on the hair type) and the freedom to blow dry hair smooth and straight in a fraction of the time invested prior to receiving the treatment.

Q. Can I still receive a Brazilian Blowout if I have highlights and/or color?
A. Yes, the Brazilian Blowout will actually improve the health of color-treated/highlighted hair by conditioning the hair while sealing the cuticle for enhanced color, reduced frizz and radiant shine.

Q. Is the Brazilian Blowout going to make my hair straight?
A. If your hair is wavy, the Brazilian Blowout will make your hair appear naturally straight and healthy. If your hair is very curly, it will minimize frizz while enhancing the appearance of the natural wave/curl. If you have straight, frizzy hair, this treatment will eliminate frizz and promote radiant shine.

Q. How long does the Brazilian Blowout last?
A. The Brazilian Blowout will last for 10-12 weeks if the Açai After-Care Maintenance product line is used. The Brazilian Blowout is a cumulative treatment, in that the more you receive it, the healthier the hair will be and the longer the result will last.

Q. Can you apply the Brazilian Blowout directly on top of other relaxers and strengtheners?
A. Yes. The Brazilian Blowout actually works best on chemically treated hair, and helps to improve the hairs condition by fortifying each strand with essential amino acids. The Brazilian Blowout works great directly on top of a relaxer. Perform the relaxer first, Brazilian Blowout next, and then neutralize at the very end of both treatments. The Brazilian Blowout is great to perform when someone is trying to move away from having relaxers or Japanese straighteners. It puts movement back into the hair, allowing the hair to look its best.

Q. Will my hair lose volume if I receive the Brazilian Blowout?
A. No, your hair will not lose volume as a result of receiving the Brazilian Blowout. Your hair will maintain its natural volume and you will still receive great bend and memory when blow-drying and/or using a curling iron.

Q. Can you color your hair the same day you receive a Brazilian Blowout?
A. Yes, however, you must color your hair prior to having the Brazilian Blowout smoothing treatment.

Beware of “copycat” Brazilian Blowout. Please share. To find a certified Brazilian Blowout salon, please contact Beauty Lane Philippines (https://www.facebook.com/beautylanephl), as they are the sole distributor of the Original Brazilian Blowout in the Philippines.

 

7 tips for nailing latest hair color trends

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BRONDE IS BACK AND IS BETTER THAN EVER.

What it is: A brown base with golden highlights.

Who it’s best for: Light to medium-dark brown hair.

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HONEY WHEAT

What it is: Blonde hair with Blonde highlights. Think golden yellow versus bright or icy.

Who it’s best for: Dark blondes and those covering grays.

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CHAMPAGNE RED

What it is: This red-hot hair color trend is an allover lighter-red shade broken up with warm highlights.

Who it’s best for: The latest hair color trend is made for dark blondes and natural red heads.

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WARM BLACK NEVER LOOKED SO COOL

What it is: A hair color trend we’re loving is a luscious warm black. Think soft, warm black versus an edgier blue-black.

Who it’s best for: Girls with a medium-to-dark brown base.

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MULTI-TONE: A LITTLE DARK + A LITTLE LIGHT AND ALL AWESOME

What it is: Brown hair with light undertones.

Who it’s best for: Ombre or highlights brown hair. Want to add some life back into your locks? This is the perfect way to refresh sun-battered strands.

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DEEP COPPER

What it is: Hottest hue is a shimmery bronze-red shade.

Who it’s best for: Dark blonde and light brown hair.

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THESE ROOTS WERE MADE FOR ROCKING

What it is: Highlighted hair with darker roots. It buys time for touch-ups.

Who it’s best for: Anyone with highlights.

How To Take Care Of Thin Hair Naturally

1. Use Products For Thin Hair

The first note for you is to use the products for thinning hair. Shampoo, conditioner or balm, you can easily find them at any hair care brand with the help of a counselor. These specialized products contains hair, help you quickly get the floating dream for her hair.

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2. Use Tooth Comb

Small hair, thin hair and normal hair weaker structure & So when styling your hair “potential” highest vulnerability in all types of hair, the trick is to change your comb with immediate tooth comb. This way, you will be brushing easier and prevent hair loss to their already meager capital.

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3. Attention When The Dryer And Claw Care

Because if not used properly, it will cause your hair to tangle or more falling miserably after shampooing, you should dryers focusing on the roots in the direction from the bottom up. When hair is 80% dry, bowed long red hair down and blow-drying or styling mousse claws are especially the roots. Continue drying with a round brush for all hair dry and floating like that.

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4. Limit Heat Hair Tools

This is one of the important bullets for her thin hair because the direct effect of heat on your hair will cause tremendous damage to the hair which was not very healthy. Try to consider other measures that are not heat as her beautiful hair twisted plot or forced to remain healthy but you offline

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5. Choosing the Right Hair Color

For thin hair, hair color also contributed in no small part in creating the “illusion” hair more volume and bounce. Absolutely avoid the type of dye 2 or more color as highlight dyeing or dye fade. The difference in color is just making your hair look more prominent and “show off” her thin hair. You should choose colors to create a sense of hair thicker okay.

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Quick Tips for Maintaining Your Silver, Ash, or Gray Hair Color

Quick Tips for Maintaining Your Silver/Ash/Gray Hair Color.

1. Accept that you’re going to be living with damaged and/or dry hair. The required bleaching or pre-lightening means there’s no way to prevent damage, but using good hair care products will help your hair maintain health in between. If your salon has an Olaplex treatment, we highly recommend adding this treatment during the pre-lightening color procedure.

2. Hold off on shampooing as much as possible. If your hair is oily, but not necessarily dirty, try a dry shampoo instead. This helps you keep your silver color longer.

3. When you do shampoo, use a toning (purple or violet) shampoo. Choose one that doesn’t turn to lather too quickly. If it does, the purple dye will wash out and lighten, which isn’t as effective.

4. If you find after using a toning shampoo that you have spots that seem a little more blue or purple than others, you may not be applying the shampoo evenly. Mix some water into your shampoo and the thinner texture will be easier to work through your hair.

5. Avoid heat styling. In addition to causing additional damage to your hair, the heat will also cause your silver color to fade over time.

6. Towel Dry and avoid high heat blow dryer.

7. If your hair is frizzy or needs a little bit more help, smooth on a bit more hair serum.